प्रजनन प्रणाली और यौन विकार: वर्तमान शोध

प्रजनन प्रणाली और यौन विकार: वर्तमान शोध
खुला एक्सेस

आईएसएसएन: 2161-038X


The Impact of Oxytocin on Sexual Function Components

Aditya Sharma

Does the release of Oxytocin (OXT) cause ejaculation in men as well as parturition and milk ejection in women? The hypothalamic Para Ventricular Nucleus (PVN), which is thought to be a center for autonomic control, has been demonstrated to have physiological and functional sex differences. It is engaged in a wide range of processes, including stress, hunger, bodily energy balance, blood pressure, heart rate, and sexual activity, including penile erection, and has a very complicated architecture. OXT is primarily generated by magnocellular neurosecretory cells in the PVN nucleus of the hypothalamus, and it is released into the blood via axon terminals in the neurohypophysis and magnocellular dendrites in the surrounding neuropil. The main actions linked to OXT are involved in the control of reproductive functions such as parturition, milk ejection, and sexual and maternal behaviour in females, which is why it is referred to as a feminine hormone.